I like this poem because it shows the idea of using different mediums to teach content. It reminds me on the current even raps that we listened to in class. Because of the rhyme scheme, and the fun nature of this tool, that content that the poem demonstrates is likely to be internalized by the students. It can also be added to my repertoire of transitional songs that create learning opportunities even in the down time.
Paint is relatively cheap, easy to apply, and makes a big impact. The hardest thing about paint? Picking colors! It's hard to even know where to begin, but I know I want a subdued, neutral/natural feel, with colors that flow from room to room. Since I don't have the house yet, I've been experimenting digitally with paint colors. Last week I created a whole house paint scheme that was soothing and sophisticated. I really like it, but this time I wanted to go for something just a little…
How to See an Aura: All living things that need oxygen to survive have an aura. They generate a large magnetic energy field that can be sensed, felt, and, sometimes, seen around the physical body. We can tell when someone doesn’t feel right to us, like they are full of anger or if they really live in their heart and feel deeply. One doesn’t need to be psychic to feel/read an aura.
Ikebana - a disciplined art form in which the arrangement is a living thing where nature and humanity are brought together. It is steeped in the philosophy of developing a closeness with nature.
Focused on harmony, color use, rhythm, and elegantly simple design. Silence is a must during practices of ikebana.
This collection of Magnolia Home Paint from designer Joanna Gaines offers a huge variety of colors for all of your home remodeling needs. Use this blue and tan neutral color scheme in your kitchen or bathroom. No matter what your style, Magnolia and KILZ have the perfect paint and primer for you.